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We are a movement of people campaigning and taking direct action to protect the environment and promote peace.
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A trade minister from 's department lobbied the Brazilian government on behalf of BP and Shell. RT and spread the word
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Unearthed 5h
"Climate change is much greater threat to Britain than Brexit and it'll dominate politics for decades to come"
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Greenpeace UK 3h
ICYMI: Watch and RT our new and improved Christmas ad!
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Greenpeace UK 4h
Replying to @bettingbadly @CocaCola
We want Coke to set a precedent for the industry. You may have noticed how we tend to work - targeting corporations one at a time is often the most effective way.
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Greenpeace UK 5h
Last night millions tuned in to watch and saw the tragic effects plastic is having on our oceans and their incredible inhabitants. But how plastic end up in our oceans? --->
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Greenpeace UK 6h
Replying to @GeorgeBaker87
We’re calling on Coke to take action to reduce the amount of plastic they produce because as the world’s biggest soft drinks company they can change the way the whole industry operates.
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Greenpeace UK 6h
Replying to @MrBradPreston
It's not just Coke that need to change but we’re calling on Coke to take action to reduce the amount of plastic they produce because, as the world’s biggest soft drinks company, they can change the way the whole industry operates.
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Greenpeace UK 7h
Replying to @Bournemouth_GP
Looks like a great day, well done!
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Greenpeace UK 7h
Replying to @bettingbadly @CocaCola
We’re calling on Coke to take action to reduce the amount of plastic they produce because as the world’s biggest soft drinks company they can change the way the whole industry operates. But it's not just Coke and not just plastic bottles that are a problem!
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Greenpeace UK 7h
Replying to @WillAnnear
They're easily recycled, just like any other plastic bottle. But what if they were made from recycled plastic in the first place? Coca-Cola produces over 110 billion single use plastic bottles each year - imagine if they were all made from recycled plastic!
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Greenpeace UK 7h
Replying to @rob_cfc
We’re calling on Coke to take action to reduce the amount of plastic they produce because as the world’s biggest soft drinks company they can change the way the whole industry operates. Once they change, others will follow.
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Greenpeace UK 7h
Replying to @cadria04
Yes, all companies making plastic bottles need to use recycled material. We’re calling on Coke to take action to reduce the amount of plastic they produce because as the world’s biggest soft drinks company they can change the way the whole industry operates.
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Greenpeace UK 7h
We stand in solidarity with communities in Kirby Misperton and other parts of the country as they face down fracking companies like Third Energy. Fracking is a polluting and unnecessary industry that has no place on our shores.
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Greenpeace UK 7h
Replying to @wittometer
We'd love to have you on board! Find out how you can get involved here
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Greenpeace UK 8h
Replying to @GaryLineker
Indeed we do - a truckload of plastic enters the ocean every minute! Sign the plastic pledge --->
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Greenpeace UK 8h
What did you think of last night's ? The Unearthed team spoke to David Attenborough about the effect of plastic pollution in our oceans --->
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Greenpeace UK Oceans 20h
1 in 3 turtles have eaten plastic pollution. Let's turn the tide:
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BBC One 21h
Around 8 million tonnes of plastic is dumped into the sea every year, affecting the lives of so many creatures. 😢
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Greenpeace UK Oceans 21h
A truckload of plastic enters the ocean every single minute. Join the fight to stop it:
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